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Letter from an Unknown Woman

This devastating romantic melodrama is Max Ophüls’ best American picture — perhaps because it seems so European? It’s probably Joan Fontaine’s finest hour as well, and Louis Jourdan comes across as a great actor in a part perfect for his screen personality. The theme could be called, ‘No regrets,’ but also, ‘Everything is to be regretted.’

Letter from an Unknown Woman


Olive Signature

1948 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 87 min. / Street Date December 5, 2017 / available through the Olive Films website / 29.98

Starring: Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians, Marcel Journet, Art Smith, Carol Yorke, Howard Freeman, John Good, Leo B. Pessin, Erskine Sanford, Otto Waldis, Sonja Bryden.

Cinematography: Franz Planer

Film Editor: Ted J. Kent

Original Music: Daniele Amfitheatrof

Written by Howard Koch from a story by Stefan Zweig

Produced by John Houseman

Directed by Max Ophüls

A young woman’s romantic nature goes beyond all limits, probing the nature of True Love.
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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Says She’ll Never Allow Her Estranged Mother Back Into Her Life

Kim Zolciak-Biermann Says She’ll Never Allow Her Estranged Mother Back Into Her Life
Kim Zolciak-Biermann hasn’t spoken to her mother Karen Zolciak in six years — and by the look of things, it appears the two won’t be reconciling anytime soon.

On Friday’s episode of Bravo’s Don’t Be Tardy, Kim let viewers know that her relationship with Karen was over. “My children, I will always be in their life,” the mother of six said. “But my mom? I will not let her back into my life, let’s just be clear.”

It’s not much of a surprise, considering the tense relationship the two women have had in the past.
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J.K. Rowling breaks her silence on Johnny Depp's casting in Fantastic Beasts

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Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling has been under a lot of pressure lately, with fans urging for her to speak about the continued casting of Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts franchise. The call for Rowling to weigh in comes after Depp had allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him by his ex-wife Amber Heard. In time, the pair reached a settlement, and in doing so issued the... Read More...
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Johnny Hallyday, the Elvis of France, Dead at Age 74

Johnny Hallyday, the Elvis of France, Dead at Age 74
French rock idol Johnny Hallyday, remembered as the nation’s answer to Elvis Presley in the 1960s, has died at age 74.

The legendary singer died from lung cancer, his family confirmed.

Johnny Hallyday has left us,” Hallyday’s wife, Laeticia, said in a statement to The Guardian. “I write these words without believing them. But yet, it’s true. My man is no longer with us. He left us tonight as he lived his whole life, with courage and dignity.”

Beginning in 1960, Hallyday was the heartbeat of Gallic rock n’ roll, becoming its best known and best-selling artist for nearly six decades.
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Anaïs Gallagher Models PETA's New No Fur Enamel Pin

In time for winter, PETA has released a “No Fur” enamel pin for fashion lovers who want to make a proud statement against fur.

Anais Gallagher Models PETA's New No Fur Enamel Pin

Credit/Copyright: Chloe Sheppard

The fox and wire motif was designed by London tattoo artist Emily Malice, and PETA pal Anaïs Gallagher (daughter of Oasis’ Noel Gallagher) fronts the campaign.

“Fur belongs on the animals who are born with it, and I’m proud to rock my fur-free status with this pin,” says Anaïs. “Don’t ever be afraid to speak up for animals – they need us to be their champions.”

PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to wear” – notes that animals on fur farms are confined to cramped, filthy cages before they’re drowned, beaten, strangled, electrocuted, or even skinned alive for fur coats, collars, and cuffs. Animals caught in the
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California Dad Recalls Son's Horrific Screams as He Was Attacked by Shark: 'It Was Like Lightening Striking My Head'

California Dad Recalls Son's Horrific Screams as He Was Attacked by Shark: 'It Was Like Lightening Striking My Head'
A quick-thinking father rushed to help his seriously injured son after a shark attack left him bleeding profusely from his limbs.

Armen Azatian and his 25-year-old son, Grigor, were enjoying an afternoon of spearfishing in the clear water off of Pebble Beach, California, when their peaceful weekend activity quickly plunged into chaos. The two experienced divers had been in the water more than an hour on November 24, when Grigor saw a 15-foot great white shark that swam toward him but quickly turned away. As he popped his head out of the water to find his father and warn him of the shark,
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Mr. Robot Recap: Are You Sure You Want to Delete This File?

Mr. Robot Recap: Are You Sure You Want to Delete This File?
Need to catch up? Check out our previous Mr. Robot recap here.

Mr. Robot‘s Elliot cleaned house this week, scrubbing away his past… and seriously questioning his future.

After a quick flashback to Elliot as a kid with his dad at the movie theater, we catch up with him three weeks after the coordinated E Corp explosions: He’s holed up in his apartment, destroying any trace of Trenton and Mobley (R.I.P.) on his hard drive. Darlene asks him to reach out to Angela, but Elliot is too busy blaming himself for the carnage — and for Mr. Robot
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Aaron Carter Leaves Rehab After 2 Months

After spending two months in rehab, Aaron Carter has left the treatment facility, E! News can confirm. The "I Want Candy" singer checked into rehab back in September. Carter's rep Steve Honig told E! News the child star entered the facility to "improve his health and work on his overall wellness."  Cater also addressed his fans directly via Twitter. "My loved ones, I would like to tell all of you that I will be disappearing for a while to work on myself," he tweeted at the time. "I would also like to announce that I am releasing a gift to you on Oct. 27. In time for Halloween, a new version of 'I Want Candy.' 4 weeks later, I will be releasing...
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'Avengers: Infinity War': Watch Thanos Wreak Havoc in Chilling Trailer

'Avengers: Infinity War': Watch Thanos Wreak Havoc in Chilling Trailer
Supervillain Thanos (Josh Brolin) gleefully aims to conquer Earth in the first trailer for Marvel's highly anticipated Avengers: Infinity War. The film, which unites big-screen Avengers from the past decade, showcases the destruction Thanos wreaks as he attempts to collect six powerful artifacts, the Infinity Stones. "In time, you will know what it's like to lose," Brolin intones in a chilling voiceover.

From there, the clip showcases the heroes united to defeat the antagonist, including Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Bruce Banner/Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Thor (Chris Hemsworth
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Emma Slater

Emma Slater is one of the professional dancers who make Dancing with the Stars possible. For most people, that would be her best-known role to them, but it should be noted that she has been involved with a wide range of other projects as well over the course of her career in the world of dance. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Emma Slater: Started Dancing at a Young Age At the age of 10, Slater started learning both ballroom dance and Latin American dance. In time, she started participating in local productions

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Emma Slater
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Two In Tents: Akihiko Shiota's "Wet Woman in the Wind"

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Close-Up is a feature that spotlights films now playing on Mubi. Akihiko Shiota's Wet Woman in the Wind (2016), which is receiving an exclusive global online premiere on Mubi, is showing from November 24 - December 24, 2017 as a Special Discovery.Much like Hollywood, the Japanese film industry goes to the well as often as possible once it hits a lucky strike. Such was the case with the so-called Roman Porno films of the 1970s, an infamous genre of sexploitation primarily identified with Japan’s oldest major studio, Nikkatsu. Financial trouble necessitated a popular, inexpensive product, and these softcore numbers were just the ticket. This may have been the studio where Kenji Mizoguchi and Shohei Imamura made films early in their careers, but by 1971 the Roman Porno factory was in full swing, producing quick, cheap, titillating product for an audience hungry for female toplessness and a great deal of convulsive thrusting.
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Twin stick shooter Time Recoil arrives on Nintendo Switch this week

Finnish indie developer 10tons Ltd. have announced that their top down twin stick shooter, Time Recoil, will be available for the Nintendo Switch on the 26th October. This explosive new shooter is a tale of revenge that will see players kill to slow down time. Check out the launch trailer below to see this ability in action…

In Time Recoil players take the role of a member of a rebel organisation fighting against Mr. Time, a mad scientist dictator hellbent on destroying them. Players will travel throughout the levels killing a variety of enemies sent by Mr Time. Fortunately, players have been given the unique ‘Kill to Slow Time’ super power that activates when an enemy is killed. Additional kills extend the slowdown period and charge up a special move that causes all time to completely freeze.

Time Recoil features:

Kill to slow time – every enemy you kill will grant
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Doctor Who, and the casting of soap stars in the show

Mark Harrison Oct 24, 2017

As Doctor Who series 11 adds a trio of soap opera stars to its cast. And it makes sense...

What do Mandip Gill, Tosin Cole and Bradley Walsh have in common? Other than the fact that they're all joining Jodie Whittaker's Doctor as part of the regular cast of Doctor Who's next series, they've all acted in soap operas. Even 12 years since the show was revived by a former Coronation Street writer, that still makes some fans nervous.

Whatever your thoughts on Corrie, EastEnders and other serial dramas (to give them their proper name – the nickname comes from an outdated observation about soap companies sponsoring many of them), they're the best, most relevant training ground for young actors in British television. It's also more relevant to the experience of working on Doctor Who than you might necessarily expect.

We won't go so far as Doctor Who
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19 things we miss about the early days of the web

Michael Reed Nov 28, 2017

Michael takes a look back at early days of the web, with a 28k modem, a GeoCities webpage, and a webcam stream of a coffee pot...

GeoCities websites, instant messaging, free AOL discs and blocking up the phone line - today we’re gonna party like we’ve just connected at 56 kbit/s. That is, we’re going to take a nostalgic look at the early days of the World Wide Web.

Okay, okay - we know that the Internet existed before the web and that there were other ways of connecting to distant computer networks before the Internet was even established. What we’re interested in is a period that began around the middle of the 90s when the World Wide Web first became a popular destination. Let’s get something straight though - just because we miss something, it doesn’t mean that we want it back.
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’24 Hours To Live’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke Flick Is Like ‘John Wick’ Meets ‘Flatliners’ Meets ‘Jason Bourne’

Sometimes all you need in Hollywood is an idea that executives don’t have to think too hard about. So when screenwriters Zach Dean, Jim McClain, and Ron Mita sent “24 Hours To Live” around town, they must’ve rattled off “John Wick,” “Flatliners,” “Jason Bourne,” “In Time,” and “Edge Of Tomorrow” as similar movies, because this trailer sure plays like an unholy mix of all of those.

Continue reading ’24 Hours To Live’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke Flick Is Like ‘John Wick’ Meets ‘Flatliners’ Meets ‘Jason Bourne’ at The Playlist.
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Win! ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ Season 2 On DVD!

Evil just can’t catch a break as the hilarious, critically acclaimed horror series “Ash vs Evil Dead”: Season 2 arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD 23 October 2017. To celebrate the release, we have three copies of the film to give away on DVD!

Locked and loaded with the same twisted humor and gory kill scenes groovy fans of the franchise are used to, “Ash vs Evil Dead”: Season 2 continues the chainsaw-slicing, shotgun-blasting fun from the first season. “Ash vs Evil Dead”: Season 2 stars Bruce Campbell (The Evil Dead franchise), Lucy Lawless (TV’s “Spartacus: War of the Damned”), Ray Santiago (In Time), and Dana DeLorenzo (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas), as well as this season’s introduction of Lee Majors (TV’s “The Six Million Dollar Man”) as Ash’s father.

This season roars back into action with Ash leaving his beloved Jacksonville and returning to his home town of Elk Grove.
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October 17th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Rawhead Rex, Wes Craven’s Summer Of Fear, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Criterion Collection

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With Halloween only two weeks away now, that means we have another killer batch of home entertainment releases arriving this Tuesday, primed to get everyone in the mood for the macabre. Cult film lovers should get those wallets ready, as Kino Lorber is keeping busy with The Terror Within II, Revenge of the Dead, and a 4K special edition of RawHead Rex, too.

For those who still venture out into the real world to make their media purchases, Target has the exclusive on season one of Stranger Things that comes in nifty retro packaging, and Criterion has put together a stellar Blu for Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.

Other notable releases for October 17th include American Gods: Season One, Wes Craven’s Summer of Fear, Red Christmas, Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Honor Farm, and Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection.

American Gods: Season One (Lionsgate, Blu-ray & DVD)

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The Mummy and Lifeforce: the strange parallels

Ryan Lambie Oct 17, 2017

This year's The Mummy reboot shares a surprising amount with the 1985 sci-fi horror classic, Lifeforce...

Nb: The following contains spoilers for 2017's The Mummy and 1985's Lifeforce.

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When Universal Studios made The Mummy back in 1932, it was in the wake of Tut-mania: the fascination with Ancient Egypt following the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb a decade earlier. As Egyptian-inspired symbols and designs began to appear on everything from jewellery to cigarette ads, stories began to circulate that the pharoah's tomb was cursed - and thus The Mummy, about a group of archaeologists who provoke the wrath of a long-dead Imhotep (Boris Karloff, hypnotic as always) emerged.

The Mummy's success was such that it became a long-running franchise: Universal made four direct sequels between 1940 and 1944, with a comedy spin-off, Abbott And Costello Meet The Mummy, joining them in 1955. The UK's Hammer Film
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What May Have Caused the Las Vegas Shooter to Kill? An Expert’s Analysis

What May Have Caused the Las Vegas Shooter to Kill? An Expert’s Analysis
Nearly two weeks later, investigators have yet to announce a potential motive behind the Las Vegas massacre, which killed 58 concertgoers and left hundreds more wounded. It may never be known what drove Stephen Paddock to shoot innocent people enjoying a country music festival from 32 stories up. But criminal profiler John Kelly tells People he believes Paddock was born a killer.

“What would drive somebody that is so methodical and structured in life to go insane in a very structured and methodical way?” Kelly, who acknowledges he never met the shooter, wonders. “Paddock was a pathological gambler, psychopath and a sociopath.
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